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Color Slides from Fort Sumter National Historical Monument

Wide array of 35mm color slides, ranging from grounds of Fort Sumter and Fort Moultrie National Monument to images of illustrations and printed material.


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Personal Photographs of Sergeant Jesse Herring Jr. during WWII on Fort Moultrie, South Carolina

Personal photos of 2nd Staff Sergeant Jesse W. Herring, Jr., member of Battery B of the 263rd Coast Artillery, stationed at Fort Moultrie during WWII.


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U.S. Military in Fort Moultrie, South Carolina, 1900-1945

Images of military use of Fort Moultrie, South Carolina mostly during World War I and World War II.


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Damage of Fort Sumter

Images of the damage sustained to Fort Sumter during bombardment. These images were given as gifts to attendees of the ceremonies of restoring the National Flag by Gen. Anderson on the Ramparts of the Fort on the 14th April 1865.


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Civil War Era Maps from Fort Sumter National Monument

Collection of printed and hand-drawn maps of Charleston Harbor and Fort Wagner, South Carolina and nearby areas of North Carolina and Georgia.  Of particular interest are the drawings depicting batteries and approaches on Morris Island during the Siege of Charleston, 1863.


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Civil War Newspaper Illustrations from Fort Sumter National Monument

Illustrations and text excerpts from newspapers during the American Civil War (1861-1865) depicting major events and battles. Most illustrations are from Harper’s Weekly, Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper and the London News.


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Color Slides of South Carolina State Parks

The Color Slides of South Carolina State Parks Collection is composed of images taken by staff of the South Carolina State Park Service from 1969 to 2007. This collection documents the administration and public use of the parks. It includes photographs of park scenery, recreational activities, historic sites, interpretive programs, maintenance work, natural and cultural …


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Black and White Negatives of South Carolina State Parks

The Black and White Negatives of South Carolina State Parks is primarily composed of images taken by the State Forestry Commission, the agency which operated the parks from 1934-67. Additional black and white negatives in this collection were produced by the State Park Service in the 1970s. This collection documents the administration and public use …


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Civilian Conservation Corps Architectural Plans of South Carolina State Parks

The South Carolina State Parks Civilian Conservation Corps Architectural Plans Collection consists of architectural drawings, plans and blueprints of South Carolina State Parks created during the Civilian Conservation Corps-era, 1934-1942. The plans were produced for administrative purposes by employees of the National Park Service, the United States Forest Service and the South Carolina Commission of …


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Lincoln Farm Association South Carolina Member Cards

The Lincoln Farm Association Member Cards is a collection of over 140,000 individual and organization names who donated to build the memorial at the farmstead of Abraham Lincoln’s birthplace, which later came to be the Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historical Park. In 1905, the farmstead where Lincoln was born, just outside of Hodgenville, Kentucky, was …


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